by porsche10x - 2/16/13 12:08 PM
In Reply to: Following up me. by Hartiq
Hariq, you might want to check again. There are a lot of services that can meet your needs, not for free, but for very little money. Unlimited backup and/or briefcase-like file access is available for less than $10 per month from Carbonite, Nomadesk, Livedrive, Backblaze, and Crashplan, just to name a few. Also, many plans are available with several terabyte limits, equally affordable. Many plans are available with more features for just a little more. Just google "unlmited on line storage". I even found one for $35/year unlimited. I don't know where you live, but I can't buy a house anywhere for $10 per month.
I know that some areas have more broadband options than others, but I pay $79 / month (OK, $130 with tax, cable boxes, etc.) for TV, phone, and broadband, 25 Mb symmetrical (yes, up and down) with no limits or throttling from Verizon.
Also, you may find that for as much data as you have, it's usually a one-time deal. With a lot of backup services, it takes days or even weeks to back up initially, but then keeping sync'ed is much more trivial and happens in real time. After all, you're not generating 3TB of NEW data every day, right?
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